9 Sights in Ronda, Spain (with Map and Images)

Here you can find interesting sights in Ronda, Spain. Click on a marker on the map to view details about the sight. Underneath is an overview of the sights with images. A total of 9 sights are available in Ronda, Spain.

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1. Al Toro de Lidia

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Al Toro de Lidia Fiskeharrison (talk) / Public domain

The Spanish Fighting Bull is an Iberian heterogeneous cattle population. It is exclusively bred free-range on extensive estates in Spain, Portugal, France and Latin American countries where bull fighting is organized. Fighting bulls are selected primarily for a certain combination of aggression, energy, strength and stamina. During the breeding, in order to preserve their natural characteristics, the bulls rarely encounter humans, and if ever, never on foot.

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2. Plaza de Toros de Ronda

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The Circular Bullring is the historic building of the Circular City (Malaga), declared an item of cultural significance in its monument category, and is the property of the Master of the Royal Cavalry. Work on the building began in 1780 and, after a period of shutdown, was completed in 1785 under the plan of architect Martin de Aldehuela; It is considered to be one of the oldest Spain.

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3. Palacio del Marqués de Salvatierra

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The Salvatierra Palace is a building in the Spanish city of Ronda, in the province of Malaga. It is a building that focuses its decoration on a unique baroque cover that is organized from a couple of Corinthian order columns on each side of their large adintelada door, on which a finely decorated stone frieze is available A balcony closed by a splendid iron fence.

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4. Casa del Rey Moro

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The House of the Moorish King of Ronda, Spain, is a monumental complex with a long history that begins in the fourteenth century and reaches until the twentieth century. It consists of three parts: a water mine from the Muslim period, a neo-Mudejar style house and a garden designed by Jean Claude Nicolas Forestier declared an Asset of Cultural Interest in 1943.

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5. Casa Don Bosco

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San Juan Bosco House is a modernist palace built in the early 20th century in the heart of a historic circular complex. It belonged to the Granada family and was later handed over to the Salesian Order as a resting place for the priests of the congregation and the sick.

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6. Ermita rupestre de la Oscuridad

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Dark Cave Monastery is an archaeological area located in Ronda City, Malaga Province, Spain. This is a rock church belonging to the Cenobitic community. The church is integrated into a series of housing and burial structures in the communities that live there.

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7. Casa del Gigante

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The house of the Ronda giant, is a particular house built between the end of the thirteenth and early fourteenth century. Similar to the buildings of Granada and those of Maghreb, it is considered a small palace, of the best preserved of Nasrid architecture.

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8. Baños Árabes

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Round Turkish bathroom or Arab baths, round (Malaga), which follows the Muslim adaptation of ancient Roman spas, consists of the same parts, but unlike Roman baths, Muslims are mainly steam baths, even though they sometimes have some small swimming pools.

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9. Iglesia de Santa María la Mayor

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The Church of Santa María la Mayor de Ronda, elevated to the category of capitular parish by King Ferdinand the Catholic, rises on the old aljama mosque of the city, work of the thirteenth century from which remains of Mihrab are still preserved.

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